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Re: Increase/decrease iodine for bone healing?
Ginagirl Views: 1,490
Published: 6 years ago
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Re: Increase/decrease iodine for bone healing?

Have a look into sulfur. I dont believe increasing or decreasing Iodine will make much difference. There is more to it. Like when / if the sulfur cycle is broken (chemical fertilizers etc., the minerals simply arent utilized properly.

"Chondoitron and glucosamine are sulfur based amino acids, and sulfur is the "glue" which not only forms the matrix of our bones and joints but all of the cellular interlinking which is the true cellular matrix not only of man but all living organisms, even water has a matrix. The pines from which MSM comes from stand straight and tall due to the sulfur which bonds their cells together."

ps, like with all links I copy; not all the info is necessarily "correct" or entirely what I believe in, more like a starting point for self study, here is one of mine;

Calcium intake, and in what form, may have a big say in it too.

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